Wicked 'Wich opens brick-and-mortar in West Sacramento

Wicked ‘Wich is back, brick-and-mortar style.

The food truck kicked off the Broderick Roadhouse empire, which also encompasses Capital Dime and Trick Pony, back in 2011. Then it held a brief stint in Sacramento’s Downtown Plaza. Then Wicked ‘Wich stopped rolling last summer—its social media accounts grew inactive, its website eventually disabled.

Today, Wicked ‘Wich softly opened inside the West Sacramento Community Center (1075 West Capitol Avenue). Now open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, the cafe offers breakfast, sandwiches, salads, soup and pastries along with an espresso bar. There are four small tables right by the counter, but also the rest of the Community Center for seating options.

Old ‘Wich truck fans won’t see any familiar sandwich names, and they might find the current menu tame. No banh mi fries, or fries stuffed in sandwiches, for example. But flavors still sound robust: one sandwich holds chipotle- and coffee-rubbed beef with jack cheese and chimichurri; a spin on a Cuban features citrus-marinated pork loin, ham, house-made mustard, Swiss cheese and bacon relish. Most sandwiches go for $8-$10.

For breakfast, think steal cut oatmeal or breakfast panini—stuffed with an egg frittata and other savory fixins, or nutella and bananas. Pastries—croissants, danish, muffins—come from Village Bakery in Davis.

Follow Wicked ‘Wich on Facebook for more information about a grand opening celebration, probably happening sometime next week.

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